Hacking and slashing may not be this RPG/Adventure hybrid’s forte, but look past its shortcomings and you’ll find a solid adventure game with a fun story.
There’s a lot to look forward to in these special editions of Destiny.
I spent a crazy amount of time playing the Destiny alpha so you don’t have to. Too bad, because you should have.
Guns, bright color, score combos, and rail grinding combine to make the most stylish shooter this side of The Club.
Will a strong start for this revival lead to an equally strong finish?
A return to form for the Broken Sword series and the adventure game genre marred only by a hasty cliffhanger.
Yes, Goodbye Deponia. Please don’t come back without an attitude adjustment.
Edward Kenway takes the old pirate vs. ninja debate and says “both, ye lubber!”
The first chapter to this murder mystery promises great things to come.
Bring your reflexes for this pair of classic brawlers. Leave the dice at the door.
A tale of swords and souls, eternally retold. Again.
Beautiful but flawed, this adventure game is for long time fans of the genre only.
Dive out windows! Hijack electrical systems! Dodge and knock out guards! All thanks to your fancy pants!
The Saturn beat-em-up has been molded from a classic to a masterpiece.
Fans of Metroidvania platformers will find a kindred spirit in this beautiful game.
M.O.J.O., C.T.R.L.R., and many other acronyms combine to make a neat looking Android console.
History and sci-fi combine in this new title from Ready at Dawn.
Catch them all again, this time with more flying.
Link turns into a flat painting in this 3DS game. The irony is not lost on us.
Toon Link confirmed for new Wind Waker roster.